Alexandria cuisine arrives in West London
Actor says Hollywood has changed little in the 38 years since she was first asked to lose weight to play Princess Leia
Analysis of shared images for exhibition at Somerset House compares happiness of selfies taken in London with those from other cities
Get some distance, seek advice, and build up your savings before heading for pastures new
There’s no single way to tackle childhood obesity, but the problem is urgent, especially among disadvantaged children. A 20% tax would be a big help
Officials maintain a third of previous numbers will be caught and insist plan is scientifically sound
Austerity, not ignorance or laziness, lies at the heart of eating problems in the young
From a tribute to those killed at Paris’ Bataclan to a sendup of their Grandmaster Flash cover, the Wild Boys deliver both gravitas and good cheer
She sang “hello,” and her fans responded with their hard-earned cash.
With more than 5.3m copies sold in the year after its release, it’s just about easier to remember the actual events of 1989 than it is the world before Taylor Swift’s album.
A marvellously melancholic motion-capture performance by Mark Rylance and vibrant support from rising star Ruby Barnhill provide the beating heart of this extremely likable adaptation of Roald Dahl’s family favourite, which also owes a debt to the illustrations of Quentin Blake.
Had his life turned out differently, this night, billed Gucci Mane and Friends, could have been an anniversary show. His debut album, Trap House, a basic template for Atlanta’s homegrown subgenre trap rap, turned 10 in May of last year.
The actor Idris Elba has again downplayed his chances of donning the tuxedo of British super-spy James Bond.